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In this issue
  • CCS Catalog
  • Artist Spotlight: Mike Blabac
  • 100 Kickflips: Nike SB Bruin Hyperfeel
  • 100 Kickflips in the HUF Brad Cromer Shoes
  • Adidas Matchcourt Slip-Ons: Wear Test
  • 100 Kickflips (Switch Heel Edition) In The Etnies Marana Vulcs
  • Skateboarding Celebrities...
  • William Spencer’s Skate Dream
  • CCS Welcomes David Gravette
  • 100 Nollie Flips in the Adidas Matchcourt Shoes
  • Back Light: Cameron Markin
  • Interview with Kevin Braun
  • Dusted Crew Skates Windells Skate Camp
  • How To Make Griptape Art With Ben Raybourn
  • Raw Footage: Jaws, 210 Stairs, One Day
  • Snap Dump: PHX AM 2016
  • The Break In: Nike SB Janoski Shoes
  • Jaws Ollies 210 Stairs In One Day
  • The Dusted Video Trailer
  • Preston Harper: Mini Set Up
  • Back Light: Alex Papke
  • The Break In: Dickies Work Pants
  • Back Light: John Mehring
  • The Comet Upcycle Cruiser
  • Ben Raybourn Backflips At Nike SB Park
  • Gear Check with Cairo Foster

Dickies Work Pants Review

It’s no secret that skateboarders have been wearing Dickies for decades now, so they don’t need much modification to work for us. Adding a little stretch and offering a slimmer model are just a few things the Dickies skate line has done to improve all of our lives. They’ve also put together one hell of a team to put these pants to the test. We linked up with Adrian Adrid and Jake Hayes to hit the park in some Dickies Work Pants to see how they Break In and it looks like there was no problem at all. Grab a pair now at CCS and get to work!